New York Times, Wednesday, July 3, 1985

Author: Mary C. Whitten
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { K W }, Scrabble score: 336 (avg 1.80)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 9, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
Mary C. Whitten has 7 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
1
A
2
C
3
M
4
E
5
S
6
F
7
E
8
A
9
R
10
Z
11
A
12
Z
13
U
14
B
O
Y
L
E
15
A
L
L
E
16
O
M
A
R
17
B
U
R
L
E
18
S
Q
U
E
Q
19
U
E
E
N
S
20
E
P
A
21
P
A
I
L
F
U
L
22
S
E
A
23
F
A
I
R
24
I
N
25
A
26
D
27
E
28
F
O
G
S
29
P
30
A
R
A
B
31
L
32
E
33
A
B
E
L
E
34
B
A
B
E
35
J
O
D
36
Y
37
T
E
R
I
38
E
A
S
E
D
39
U
V
E
A
40
E
R
M
A
41
N
A
T
E
42
B
R
E
N
T
43
T
I
G
44
H
T
L
Y
45
C
R
E
A
S
E
46
E
A
R
47
G
A
U
D
48
A
49
D
50
A
51
Z
E
52
A
53
L
O
T
S
54
S
55
P
56
A
57
B
U
R
58
L
E
S
Q
U
E
S
Q
59
U
E
E
N
60
R
E
T
E
61
O
U
S
T
62
U
R
A
L
S
63
I
L
E
X
64
L
A
T
H
65
E
N
N
E
A
© 1985, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Pinnacles : ACMES
6. Goose-flesh arouser : FEAR
10. A memorable Pitts : ZAZU
14. Actor Peter : BOYLE
15. Polish river, to Germans : ALLE
16. "Jug-of-wine" poet : OMAR
17. Vaudeville "royalty" : BURLESQUEQUEENS
20. D.C. group : EPA
21. Milkmaid's measure : PAILFUL
22. Conrad setting : SEA
23. A. A. of mysteries : FAIR
24. Needle ___ haystack : INA
26. Clears the windshield : DEFOGS
29. Allegory : PARABLE
33. Poplar popular in puzzles : ABELE
34. Woodsy misfit : BABE
35. Boy in "The Yearling" : JODY
37. Actress Garr : TERI
38. Alleviated : EASED
39. Eye part : UVEA
40. Writer Bombeck : ERMA
41. Cager Archibald : NATE
42. Sportscaster Musburger : BRENT
43. In a miserly way : TIGHTLY
45. Wrinkle : CREASE
46. Sound detector : EAR
47. Cheap trinket : GAUD
48. Huxtable or Rehan : ADA
51. Partisans : ZEALOTS
54. Bex or Dax : SPA
57. Makes fun of Ellery? : BURLESQUESQUEEN
60. Neural network : RETE
61. Bounce : OUST
62. U.S.S.R. range : URALS
63. Holly : ILEX
64. Framework for plaster : LATH
65. Nine: Comb. form : ENNEA
1. Singer Lane : ABBE
2. ___ de grâce : COUP
3. Pianist Hess : MYRA
4. Architect's add-on : ELL
5. Lake dweller's worry : SEEPAGE
6. Moslem mendicant : FAQIR
7. Hebrew month : ELUL
8. Letter for Moses : ALEF
9. Necessary : REQUIRED
10. Emoter Caldwell : ZOE
11. Author Ben ___ Williams : AMES
12. Grey of the purple sage : ZANE
13. Major or Minor preceder : URSA
18. Je ne ___ quoi : SAIS
19. Funny-bone neighbor : ULNA
23. Maple covering : FOLIAGE
25. Renounced : ABJURED
26. History-quiz detail : DATE
27. German statesman : EBERT
28. Noted Italian physicist : FERMI
29. Londoner's meat pie : PASTY
30. ___ in one's bonnet : ABEE
31. "I ___ Parade" : LOVEA
32. British noble family : EDENS
34. Canaanite deity : BAAL
36. Eucalypt : YATE
38. Mezzanine : ENTRESOL
42. Abrupt in speech : BRUSQUE
44. Skyline overcast : HAZE
45. Grimalkins : CATS
47. "Pride ___ before . . . " : GOETH
48. Dugout shelter : ABRI
49. Event for seconds : DUEL
50. Commedia dell'___ : ARTE
52. Turquoise cousin : AQUA
53. Keen desire : LUST
54. O'Casey or Connery : SEAN
55. He kicked to conquer : PELE
56. Amphora handle : ANSA
58. "The Joy of ___": Brandreth : LEX
59. Keatsian container : URN

Found bugs or have suggestions?